Tony ?The Sarge? Schumacher and his U.S. Army-sponsored dragster make pit stops at dozens of college campuses each year, but he rarely comes across engineering students who are able to ?talk shop.?
The United States Department of Education has selected Cal Poly Pomona as a recipient of a grant worth $3.4 million over five years. The funding will allow Cal Poly Pomona professors and Hacienda La Puente Unified School District personnel to…
Three Cal Poly Pomona representatives recently traveled to Armenia to help the State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA) develop its university outreach operations thanks to a recent grant of $216,040 from the U.S. Department of State.
Penelope Torribio, a Cal Poly Pomona alumna and professional puppeteer, will perform a shadow and marionette puppet show of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, on Friday, Nov. 8, 6 p.m., at the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center.
Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State Fullerton have teamed up to offer affordable housing for faculty and staff. ?University Gables,? located seven miles away from Cal State Fullerton in Buena Park, is an affordable housing community that consists of 86…
The postseason march begins Thursday, Nov. 7, for Cal Poly Pomona as it opens play in the 2002 CCAA Women?s Soccer Championship Tournament with a 2 p.m. first-round match against North Division winner UC Davis.
In a profession where time is truly of the essence, NHRA Top Fuel drag racer Tony ?The Sarge? Schumacher will spend some of this valuable commodity speaking with students on Thursday, Nov. 7 during a visit to the Cal Poly…
Tipping off what promises to be an exciting partnership, Corona-based radio station KWRM-AM/1370 featured both of Cal Poly Pomona?s basketball head coaches on separate editions of its half-hour ?Southern California Sports Roundup? program with Mark Roberts.
The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center, located in the Pomona Arts Colony, is offering several fall classes, including drawing, dance, painting and introduction to video production.
Hundreds of Cal Poly Pomona students gathered near the Campus Center Marketplace Thursday, Oct. 31, for free food and a chance to speak with university President Bob H. Suzuki and Associated Students Inc. President Uwaifo Obanor.